Prints and Drawings by Gerald L. Brockhurst from the Daniel and Rosalyn Jacobs Collection

June 30, 2012 - September 16, 2012
Dorothy Alexander Roush and Martha Thompson Dinos Galleries

In partnership with the Jacob Burns Foundation, GMOA serves as a repository of Gerald Brockhurst’s paintings, prints and drawings, as well as the archive of his correspondence and other written records. Born in Birmingham, England, in 1890, Brockhurst emerged as an outstanding etcher and fashionable portrait painter in the 1920s and 1930s. As part of its commitment to the continued research of Brockhurst’s work, the museum is organizing this exhibition of 41 prints and drawings by the artist exclusively from the collection of Daniel and Rosalyn Jacobs.

In-House Curator

Paul Manoguerra, chief curator and curator of American art


YellowBook USA, the W. Newton Morris Charitable Foundation and the Friends of the Georgia Museum of Art